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mean. >> yes. >> maybe it's warm because i have my new slippers on that rob got me. >> that's not fair. >> you can put them in the microwave. >> really? >> yes. >>> but if warm, sunny skies are more your style, pasadena is the place to be. we'll take you behind the scenes of the annual rose parade to see how an army of volunteers build the majestic floats that smell so good. >> pasadena is more my style this time of year. >>> we begin with hillary clinton. the 65-year-old secretary of state is in a new york hospital suffering from a blood clot. >> a spokesman would not say where that clot is located but said clinton is being treated with anti-coagulants and will remain in the hospital for the next 48 hours so the doctors can monitor the medication. abc's deirdre bryant has more. >> reporter: secretary of state hillary clinton was admitted to new york presbyterian hospital sunday with a blood clot stemming from a concussion she suffered several weeks ago. clinton's doctors discovered the clot earlier in the day during a followup exam for that concussion. no details of where the clot is
, i'm john muller in for rob nelson. >> good to have you here. >> great to be here. >> i'm paula faris. a little later this morning, lawmakers are going to make a last-ditch effort to make a compromise. here's the latest on the talks in just a moment. but first, a look at some of the other stories. a health scare for hillary clinton. the secretary of state is hospitalized this morning after doctors discover a blood clot. we'll have the latest on her condition. >>> also this morning, a different kind of contract for a young iphone user, what this teen's mom is making him agree to before he's allowed to talk or text. >> i think it's fantastic parenting by the way. >>> a huge weekend in nfl action. the bitter end for some teams. >> yeah. >> bears. and the beginning of playoff hopes for others, who's out, who's in, who shouldn't be. fantastic details. >> bears and giants are both out. >> can y believe that? >> i can't. >> we're not the only ones work thing overnight. talks are going on in washington trying to avoid the fiscal cliff. >> but we're getting something done. the average american
edition of "world news now." >> his liveliness, smoking, sweating, breathing -- >> rob, rob. >> oh, lord have mercy. guess you're right, the president does carry a big stick. today, when we mark national something on a stick day. i'm a pop sickle person. just try a corn dog. >> i'm not putting that in my mouth. >> just the tip. what am i going to do without my ding dong. >> it's made with better meat. and i'm pretty particular about my meat. sorry. >> i heard that. you can just shake the phone a little bit. >> like a shake weight. >> to give it a little bit -- you got to shake it. but i know what that's like. ♪ >> i just stopped breastfeeding last week. no first day sex talk. >> no, don't do. >> come on. say hello to my new friend. all the young people trying to get in, this is what we do on the "world news now" internship program. >> and she's done. although it took some time, it was worth the wait to see this little squirrel in action. >> that was -- >> awesome. >> that was spectacular. >> the squirrel was eating the paint brush. >> on a time note, to the new jersey residents who are
in the region had no electricity. that number was down to 133,000 by yesterday afternoon. rob marciano, you are busy tracking it all at the cnn weather center in atlanta. what can we expect today? >> this storm moving east. it's going to impact even more people. millions across the east coast in the form of wind and rain, which will slow down travel, also knock out more power. the snow continues to come down in many spots. the video just doesn't get old here. we're talking about blizzard conditions that impacted places yesterday across eastern kansas, parts of missouri and through iowa where the huge car pileup was and across wisconsin as well. these are some of the numbers. 18.5 inches in middleton, wisconsin. washington, wisconsin, seeing 16 inches. madison setting a record at 13.3. dubuque, iowa, over a foot of snow. massive, massive system. the white obviously indicating the snow. that's spiraling back around through chicago. strong winds off lake michigan. winds battering the indiana and illinois coastline. this will continue to push toward the east. more snow coming down. the heaviest
t-shirt why? >> because chris kluwe is not on the show. >> stephanie: rob reiner is. it was a big day for marriage equality on friday. i need time, jacki schechner. you know i need time. i need to a turn you gay and trick you into marrying me. in the current news center. >> if you warn me, doesn't that ruin the element of surprise? >> stephanie: oh, damn it! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: just my luck. she's not easily tricked either. >> she's a smart one that jacki schechner. >> stephanie: we have a big show. we have rob reiner and the prop ownernities in the prop 8 case. >> it is great news the supreme court will take up the issue. >> stephanie: i thought you meant because you were considering my proposal. whatever. let dee in the news. >> bring me the bling. we'll talk about it. just saying. i can be bought. president obama travels to redford, michigan, today to speak at daimler detroit diesel. the company is expected to announce a $100 million plus investment that would expand u.s. production and
every day through i-heart radio. i captured the moment you were tea bagged by rob reiner. >> oh, here. >> stephanie: wow, it's a rearview. >> oh geez. [ applause ] >> i think it is better than being tea bagged by carol o'connor. >> well, since he is dead. [ wah wah ] >> what? >> too soon? >> stephanie: this week is just the gift that keeps on giving. the hate mail just keeps coming from fox news. >> hateful hating haters! i hate you! >> stephanie: do we have that whole song? the thing we played? my sister said it was such a cute little song parody. but they are proving my point exactly. i play some cute little song parody, and i get called the c word and they hope i die. and the point of the segment is the left-wing is engaged in more hate speech than the right-wing. so is this the whole song? >> yeah. ♪ wing nuts roasting for mitty's fire ♪ ♪ pundits growing a big nose ♪ ♪ stocking toys being sold by big liars, like fox and friends media hosts ♪ ♪ everybody knows a turkey like sean hannity ♪ ♪ has an audience that's white ♪ ♪ tiny brains viewers wh
robbed you. ." mentally, he is scarred. we want to get the justice that he deserves. >> he tells them weeks ago that he was taunted and now he believes he was a target. >> i think it was a hate crime because i am a homosexual. >> i don what my son to feel like when i get off work that he cannot go to a corner store to pick up something because he might get the up. nobody should have to live in fear. >> the police are investigating saying they have some good leads in what they're calling at this point only an assault. two years ago he was robbed at gunpoint sing baltimore city police made an arrest the same day. barry simms, wbal-tv 11 news. >> late breaking details tonight in the case of sleigh north carolina teenager felicia barnes -- slain phylicia barnes. they're planning to play it an explicit tape. they say the video is "promiscuous footage" barnes, johnson, and two others. they are asking the court gromyko's when it is played. johnson is plot -- charged in the murder of her back in 2010. >> police say he used his baby to sell drugs. the 36-year-old smith learned his fate last we
votes, and since then he is more of an observer than a player in the crisis. joining me is rob acosta, and "republic's" john stein. as we just heard from kelly o'donnell, they will be faced with needing democrats to get this deal through if we do indeed have a deal, and then he has to go back to the caucus and say, re-elect me as speaker. how does he do that? >> well, these are two separate questions, richard. on the first point, boehner has a tough time corralling some of the republican votes to vote for obama's plan. if the president brings the 250 plan to the house floor and it gets through the senate, wow won't see many republicans go after it, but at the same time, boehner is pretty safe when it comes to the speakership. you had guys like tom price or eric canter or other guys if they were making noise against him, there would be huge noise that he is in trouble, be but i don't hear that. i'm on capitol hill everyday and i don't hear that and i believe he is safe because there is not a challenger. >> if boehner is safe in the job, that does not mean to say he is at all relevant h
performance? it should have been the president. hands down. and yvonne added, obama was robbed in the musical category. i'm going to let you finish, but obama had the greatest musical segment of all time. you can just sense the out cry. look at the headlines from around the globe. revvies rocked. backlash. and this one from china reads world outcry. in the long, two-year history of the revvies, we haven't seen this kind of backlash, so we decided to investigate. here's the scene tot in new york city. a full review of the best musical performance vote. and even got word of revvie voters stuck in long lines and being turned away by so kaulg c revvie voter id laws. so, for now, for those who feel the president was robbed, our honorary winner is president obama. and we have an immediate reaction to report. the crowds are going wild. [ cheers and applause ]
robbed her and then threw her dog into the street in san francisco's tenderloin district. police say the woman pulled over at leavenworth street near golden gate avenue around 5 p-m to use her cellphone and was approached by a suspect who demanded money. police say the suspect grabbed the victim's wallet and the dog from the car, throwing the dog into the street before fleeing on foot. police are searching for the suspect, whose description was vague. >>> in sports. number one ranked stanford women haven't lost at maples pavilion since the bush administration in 2007. but all that's changed saturday. stanford's impressive 82- game home winning streak in women's basketball has come to a sudden halt. second-ranked u-conn turned the showdown into a mismatch - with a 61-35 victory. the huskies took control early and never looked back. it's the worst cardinal home loss in the tara vanderbuilt era. this is the cardinal's final game before opening the pac-12 conference next weekend in the rocky mountains. >>> we're waiting to see if san francisco's vernon davis will hit the field today to h
criminals know who to rob, they are going to guy who is not armed. then i thought about it. they are treating these people the same way you make the names and addresses of sexual predators known under megyn's law. nobody expected this information to be used in the way in which it is being used. the irony of the whole thing, the editors that work at the newspaper they are not afraid of doing this legal gun owners. i am waiting for the lawsuit when one of the gun owners gets robbed and i'm waiting for the lawsuit. >> arthel: these guys are going to be targeted by criminals who might want to steal guns? >> i really don't think that is going to come into play we're looking that crime is going to be the issue. i think it's ridiculous and i see no practical value regarding the gun debate and putting these people's information out there. that being said, i certainly don't agree with introducing legislation that is of dubious validity. i don't think we should throw the first amendment out to protect the second one. i don't think it's a good idea to publish the names of individuals
that also kick in in 11 hours from now. republicans argued that is just robbing pete tore pay paul. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel is live at the capitol following all of the bouncing balls. hey, mike. >> reporter: one concern for republicans as they look at this deal is what about spending cuts? where are the spending cuts? it sounds like they are getting close in the talks between vice president joe biden and the senate republican leader mitch mcconnell but there is not a deal until senator mcconnell knows he has enough support. let's take a look at some of the key points of a framework of the deal according to sources close to the talks. it would raise taxes on income tax amounts above $400,000 for individuals, $450,000 for families. it would address the estate tax, the alternative minimum tax, the medicare doc fix and unemployment insurance. current discussions about how best to address the automatic spending cuts that is called sequestration, the automatic cuts to defense, and domestic programs. a short time ago a leading republican expressed a great deal of concern a
os and grand hides and the slem hammer we're robbing them with. if obama wants to take the country off the fiscal cliff, they need to go there. they seem afraid of that. do you see that. >> it's clear from the election that the majority of americans essentially voted for european levels of spending. you can't have european levels of spending. we're one percent under canada. there's no difference any more, not in terms of government spending. we're close to norway. we're not quite to sweden yet, but we basically are spending like europeans, but we're not taxed like that. the idea that you can close that gap, i think he figured out if he can make this level of spending permanent, he changes the united states into a european socialism democracy and he'll be the most congress consl president of the last hundred years. >> it seems like we're close. we're right on the edge with all of the predictable results. >> i think you can be spee den if you -- sweden. he's risking ruin on a scale unknown, and of course, the other obvious point is that the youeuropeans are only able to do that becau
by rob jackson. redskins into the playoffs. rg3. maybe he can solve the fiscal cliff. >>> and all that matters. >> fireworks lit up sydney harbor, beautiful, as people mark the start of 2013. happy new year. >> on "cbs this morning." >>> chuck pagano back on the colts sideline yesterday cancer free as the colts won 28-16. >> i feel so blessed to be back with you guys in the battle. thank you. thank you so much. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm norah o'donnell with anthony mason. as we wake up the deadline to the fiscal cliff is just 14 hours ai wa. there's no deal yet, but members of congress are heading back to capitol hill. first, breaking news on the condition of secretary of state hillary clinton. >> she's in a new york city hospital this morning being treated for a blood clot. doctors say it's related to a concussion that's kept her out of the office for the past three weeks. margaret brennan is in washington with the latest. margaret good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. secretary clinton is taking anti-coagulant to
thing ever. >> reporter: she asked not to be named, so we won't show her face. she was robbed of money and her best friend roxie, who show loved most on this earth. >> she was my best friend and there. >> reporter: she lost her phone in the car and parked to look for it at levineworth and golden gate when a man approached her. >> he said give me all your money. >> he then went through her pockets and found $5 and roxy started barking. >> he said i am going to kill your blown blown dog. >> reporter: after a struggle, he made good on his promise. >> and he grabbed her from her collar and then i saw her fly towards traffic. he threw her towards oncoming traffic. >> reporter: roxy was rushed to er but it was too late. >> they said she was pretty bad, in critical condition, so i had to put her down. >> it was horrendous. >> reporter: michael saw the whole thing. >> she didn't have enough money, he took her dog, lifted it over his head and hurled it into moving traffic. >> reporter: sfpd is looking for video evidence from the scene. this woman's heart is broken. >> i can't sleep, i can't clo
are not considered serious. >>> a man is under arrest accused of robbing a bank in d.c. it happened at suntrust bank at dupont circle. investigators say 57-year-old scott puhr was tape into custody in the dupont circle metro station. they tracked him down thanks to a gps unit in the money bag. police say the same suspect also pulled off another bank robbery. that one was two days ago at suntrust bank on 17th street northwest. >>> the gun demaybe the front front and center ever since -- debate has been front and center ever since the newtown, connecticut school shooting two weeks ago. while some call for stricter laws others are arming up to line themselves concerned their guns could be taken -- to arm themselves concerned their guns could be taken a way. >> reporter: you think some people like their guns? look at this. the line to get into this weekend's gun show hundreds and hundreds waiting two hours before the doors opened at 3:00 this afternoon. >> with all the political issues and all that i think there is more people that weren't interested in guns before and they are now. >> reporter: with
would be the vice president pick. >> who did he think? >> he thought it would be rob portman to help in ohio or tim pawlenty. he never thought ryan because that would introduce medicare into the political conversation and distract romney from his main message of the economy. that's why he thought he never would pick him and, of course, he did, and, of course, it did change the romney mesage for a while. >> the president, molly ball, the president could be making a major decision as early as next week by making his announcement for secretary of state. secretary of state, specifically. ambassador susan rice, a frontrunner, considered by many. some gop senators are, however, continue to threaten to hold up that domination. is this even a fight that the gop would want to engage in right now? >> it's certainly seems to be. we haven't seen any cooling down in the anger of a lot of republican senators, particularly john mccain and lindsey graham and also some others. you know, what we saw this week is susan rice trying to make herself more palatable to these republican senators by seeking t
does is it robs a union of the ability to clip dues off of all of the members who benefit from a union contract. instead of having a union contract where everybody who is covered from it has to pay a certain amount of money to the people negotiating the contract, people that are in the bargaining unit don't have to pay money. only those who wish to so it makes it difficult for unions to maintain themselves and have the resources for bargaining, politics and other forms of representation. so that's what really happens. what winds up happening in right-to-work states is that union density winds up being dramatically lower such as in the south. what epi found about a year ago is on average workers in right-to-work states, since there is lower union density they have less resources wind up making about $6,000 less a year than workers in states that are nonright to work. >> eliot: let me try -- you're saying so much. i want to distill it down and break out a couple of points. first, this is not a right-to-work law. t
indian woman who was robbed and gang raped. >> the 23-year-old woman has died now of her injuries at a singapore hospital. and the suspects in her brutal attack are facing murder charges at this point. >> cnn is in india's capital new delhi. police have tightened security there. by how much? and are they worried about massive new protests? >> reporter: you're right. they were very worried about massive new protests because you remember the scale of the protests we saw here in new delhi last weekend. they were quite violent, but security has been stepped up dramatically across the capital city today. i attended one of the protests, and to reach that site, a popular protest site, it took a while because there was a heavy police presence on the streets. smo of the roasome of the roadsg to the area, train stations were sealed off. and the protests today were very, very peaceful. they were loud, noisy, people making their point and voices heard, but by and large, they were very peaceful today. alison? >> six suspects are in custody. is that the case? have they been charged with murder
are the children and grand children that we are stealing from. we are robbing these kids blind. we are taking their inheritance away. and i have a question for you, for joe trippi. why is this president so obsessed, obsessed with taxing small business that will fund the government eight and a half days and not dealing with the trillion dollars deficits? can you explain that? >> that is not what s going to happen here, sean and you know it. >> sean: wait a minute. they are not dealing with spending, joe. he is not protesters posing any serious cuts. >> if you go to $400,000 or higher on the level which the tax rates go up that is going to hit very small group of small business people what we would call small business people. >> sean: joe, 8 and a half days. that is not the issue. >> that is not the issue. the issue is you have to do it all. >> sean: and where is obama? >> there is no revenue problem it is a spending problem. we have revenue and spending problems right now. it is a slow slope out of this and that is what the president is trying to do to the tune of $4 trillion. >> sean: but joe
opened the cash register sunday night. one of the men pulled a gun and robbed the store. no word on how much money they got. police think this robbery was related to another one in the same area at about the same time. >>> a bay area cop lost two guns to burglars who hit his home in antioch. the officer who works for an undisclosed bay area agency returned home wednesday night to find three burglars in his house. when he went in they ran out the back and apparently used one of the stolen guns to keep the officer from catching him. >> he did give chase and the -- one of the suspects did drop some of the property that was stolen. at the same time, one of the suspects fired a shot in the air and at that point, the resident ceased giving chase. >> last month in brentwood another officer's home was hit. that officer shot and wounded one of the suspects. >>> oakland is hiring some new help as it tries to cut down on crime in the city. legendary lawman bill bratton will become a consultant for the oakland police department. he helped reduce violent crime when headed up the new york and l.a. pd
negotiators, rob neighbors here with a number of senior administration officials who are working the phones, talking to staffers on the hill, trying to get some movement in this process. now, president obama, taking real will a tough line on that issue of taxes, it's the big sticking point, has been all along and past negotiations, of course president obama has been criticized by democrats who say that he's given in too quickly on the issue of taxes. of course he campaigned on the issue of raising taxes on wealthier americans. so this time he's not backing down. so these negotiations have really been centered, to some extent, on that issue of taxes. the president really using his bully pulpit to try to pressure congress, congressional republicans, making a number of public appearances, include, of course, during that exclusive interview on "meet the press" today when he said that republicans are to blame for this fiscal cliff stalemate. chris? >> kristin welker, thanks to you and thanks to nbc's kelly o'donnell on the hill as well. more ahead this hour as we continue to cover the ongoing ne
president biden, the president sent his top negotiator, one of his top negotiators, rob nabors over to the hill. he's meeting with senate democrats as well this afternoon. a number of phone calls have been exchanged between staffers at the white house, staffers on the hill so there's a lot of work going on behind the scenes, but as for publicly right now, melis melissa, the white house is not talking. president obama is basically launching this public campaign to pressure republicans. president obama came out on friday and urged them to get behind his plans. again today he sat down with david gregory, of course, during that exclusive interview on "meet the press" and urged republicans to act saying that it appears all they are interested in is protecting taxes for wealthy americans. republicans, by the way, lashed out at those comments saying the president seems more interested in placing blame instead of actually leading, but that at this point in time seems to be president obama's strategy to some extent, publicly pressuring republicans to act and to move on these negotiations. so
feed trip to the national zoo that was canceled because the government shut down. so you've robbed your young kids of access. thanks so much for coming on the program. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >>> up next, capital cliffhanger. behind the scenes in the fiscal cliff negotiations and now what it takes to get a deal done. c! get in the game! [ male announcer ] don't have the hops for hoops with your buddies? lost your appetite for romance? and your mood is on its way down. you might not just be getting older. you might have a treatable condition called low testosterone or low t. millions of men, forty-five or older, may have low t. so talk to your doctor about low t. hey, michael! [ male announcer ] and step out of the shadows. hi! how are you? [ male announcer ] learn more at isitlowt.com. [ laughs ] hey! >>> developing now, we just got an emphatic denial from the white house about that rumored proposal being sent to the hill by president obama to senate republicans to avert the fiscal cliff. and nbc's white house correspondent peter alexander joins me now. republicans saying, oh, t
infection and underwent gal stone surgery. rob robin kerr now is reporting outside of his home in johannesburg. >>> in this house watched by local media nelson mandela is no doubt resting. after 19 days his doctors sent him home here to his johannesburg residence. while this is good news, they're saying he's still receiving high care which means behind these walls his doctors and nurses are still closely monitoring and observing him. while in hospital mandela was treated for a lung infection and had surgery to remove galstones and these are the most recent pictures only him taken in july by cnn at his 94th birthday party in 'tis home surrounded by his large family. but he looked bewildered and didn't smile. so different to the vigorous man who fought so hard, endured so much. other recent years, though, the former south african president has seemed frail and unsteady on his legs. public appearances became increasingly rare. just too much effort for a man in his 90s. those he did make, mandela sometimes dozed off during speeches and seemed confused. he's mostly spent his time at
and robbing and killing people when they responded. >>> a 17-month-old girl reported missing in california more than two months ago found safe in kentucky. university of kentucky police saying they got a call about a suspicious person on campus last night. when they checked it out, they found the baby with a woman who claims to be her grandmother. jon: a cyberattack on one of our nation's most elite foreign policy organizations. the website of the council on foreign relations targeted in a sophisticated attack. chinese hackers are suspected of using a new ploy called a drive-by. apparently getting into the server that operates the website and using the system to attack cfr members and others who visited the site. doug luzader is keeping an eye on that from washington. this is a website, doug, visited by a lot of powerful people. >> reporter: jon, good morning that may have been the motivation behind this attack. according to the washington beacon, computer specialists think that chinese hackers may have been behind this if you go to the website itself, everything works just fine. that is a
of the unemployment. greg: senator rob portman, a republican from ohio said that if lawmakers in the white house can get through this fiscal cliff, we will immediately face another fiscal cliff, if you will. the debt ceiling, noting that are dead is not sustainable. so portman does not sound impressed by talk of a small package to get through this initial fiscal cliff. worried about the long-term impact of our unsustainable debt. greg: our markets are taking a little bit of a head. falling on wall street, the market is on track for its fifth consecutive decline. investors feared that the fallout will have a tremendous effect on what is already a fragile economic recovery. stephen moore joins us. when economic growth was comparatively pretty good, this the president said no, now you don't want to raise tax rates because the economy is fragile. gdp is worse now, is that? >> i think almost exactly two years ago, the president said the economy is too fragile to raise taxes on anyone. so what you have essentially was a deal that was put together. remember back in december of 2010 when we were facing a ve
our own money. in terms of the fiscal cliff metaphor, what we have is a group of people who rob the bank in a car, congress decided to jump in the backseat, headed towards a cliff, the american people are on horses chasing behind, but the value is in the american people and our government. we should not renew their contracts. host: thank you for the call. this comment from one of our viewers -- your response? guest: with regard to the federal reserve, i respectfully disagree with your analogy and your description of the federal reserve. if folks out there listening this morning think congress would do a better job of monetary policy given how we're handling this policy currently, i would love to hear from you because congress is not and should not be in a position to handle monetary policy. having an independent federal reserve is extremely important for the financial credibility of the united states. if this contract is up on the 23rd, i think we ought to renew it. the second thing i will point out from the gentleman on facebook or e-mail, the united states is not broke. we're
incredibly wealthy and their own citizenry understand they are being robbed. don't have a eventually rise up? >> they do. a fallacy about china is all the chinese people are happy because the country has seen such a great expansion of wealth and prosperity since they opened up to the rest of the world in the early 80s but the truth is this is the very corrupt regime from top to bottom and what the international has allowed the chinese people to do is expose that corruption. we saw it earlier this year with a rising star in the chinese party taken down, the blind lawyer living in new york city, a very famous on the internets and has become more so since he has been here. they have an issue because they need to curb corruption but don't have tools to do and cracking down on the internet will give the viewer tools. adam: would be in the regime's best interest to allow the flow of information and chinese citizens to call out the corruption? >> not of you are a 1-party state. we are sitting in the united states, democracy is different. the question for investors is what kind of companies might be
to save the brand, mitch mcconnell, lamar alexander, rob portman, their strategy's going to be make deals with the white house, first on the fkiscal cliff and then on guns. then the ball's going to be in the court of the house, and there's going to be nowhere to hide, no ambiguity. what's standing in the way of dealing with the fiscal cliff? speaker boehner striking a deal with a lot of democrats and some republicans. if the white house can work with the senate leadership on the republican side and senator reid and they get a deal there, that's going to put the republicans in the house on the line to say, are you together with the country and with other branch, the executive branch in the other chamber, or are you going your own way? then it's going to be up to boehner to decide what to do. >> willie, the republicans just keep playing into the president's hand. contraception this spring was the big debate. and now -- they never see it coming, like this gun debate right now, they're stuck in 1994. they think ruby ridge and waco happened the year before. they're never going to see it coming
"twilight" was overshadowed by kristen stewart and rob pattinson's break-up. >> they're back together again, right? >> who knows? it's like, oh, you know, people just -- i don't know. it's -- obviously kristen had some elicit photos with her director from "snow white and the huntsmen." it became a whole thing. >> he was fired. she wasn't. >> so she -- yeah, i mean, people i think want to see them together because they love bella and edward. it's a movie, people. grow up. >> this is a year of big movies. "lincoln" and all the rest. >> like "skyfall" will be the highest grossing james bond movie. >> les miserables. >> it came out. you missed it on christmas day. >> you're right. >> get to the movies. >> i'm so drunk in advance of new year's eve. >> let's talk about other hollywood relationships. >> yes. obviously -- kristen stewart and rob pattinson, and katie holmes and tom cruise broke up. >> a lot of people speculated that that might be, but the way it happened so quickly and then the way it was over. >> yeah, yeah. >> they almost cut the deal done within a night. >> she cut her ties, and
for the initiative offered by senator rob portman. lawmakers can adopt a version of the so-called dollar rule to address the 2011 debt ceiling. policymakers could agree at the beginning to cover that here -- year's budget. they could -- adopting some form of this rule would be a good safeguard. i appreciate his comments. isn't this exactly what we did that now everyone is trying to get out of? we have a dollar of spending reductions. 1.2 is already in place. the other is in the sequester. isn't that what we did? if that isn't a good idea, why are you and the others now suggesting it is not a good idea? >> let me say a few things. first, the broad context. we need to get rid of the debt ceiling law. it is agonistic. we need to get rid of it. i suggest that some version of the dollar for dollar rule should be incremented. at least considered. it does not need to be one-for- one. it could be 50%. that is not going forward. my view is that we need to nail down how we can get to fiscal sustainability. get rid of the debt ceiling law. we need some form of budget rule to make sure that some discipli
if you can catch it on your phone. also a mentor on "american idol." the final person out there is rob friedman. [applause] , now. he's the cochairman of lions gate and producer of governor schwarzenegger's latest. but a long career in the industry was chief operating is very paramount and created summit entertainment, which they are created the groundbreaking pilot series. he's also very active and he doesn't still have them. so without further ado, thank you so much for coming. we will get rolling. [applause] the topic of the panel is innovation in the entertainment industry is sometimes seen not just as a source of innovation in the digital revolution, but also to the tom and the great successes with one of the top stories of industry peer grapevines that the figure in things like out. when being hit by kids at thy sons and hits on youtube. after this to you first activate studio. >> first of all, anyone who's buying our product, we are a content provider. so anybody who's licensing, buying our product as a friend. any of the new innovations works to our advantage. the important par
a mentor on "american idol." the final person is rob friedman. come on now. [applause] he's the cochairman of lions gate and producer of governor schwarzenegger's latest. but a long career in industry, chief operating officer of paramount and created some entertainment, where he created the twilight series. he's also very, very good in the special olympics movement with a pile of folders from the special olympics coordinating. without further ado, thank you so much for coming. we will get rolling. [applause] the topic of the panelists innovation they think the entertainment industry at this moment is sometimes seen not just as a source of innovation, it's in the way filmmaking change the resolution but also sometimes the bad and i think there's a studio system has great success as one of the big top-down story sometimes it industries. grapevines like the figuring things out any moment when the media environment is disrupted by kids that buy phones for u2. i will throw this on to you first cannot you navigate the transformation. >> first of all, anyone who's buying our product, anyone who's
thought all along it would be either rob portman or -- i'm blanking now. who is the other -- pawlenty or portman. >> poor tim pawlenty. >> that's what axelrod thought. when they were talking at the harvard conference, why did he pick him and a lot of it was the personal chemistry. matt rhodes said when he would talk to mitt romney which he did every morning, he said it was like talking to your buddy who just met a girl. he was giddy. newhouse said they got along so well, it was like a bromance. >> bill: no kidding. really? well there you go. maybe he should have followed his head rather than his heart in terms of the pick. >> well, you have to have somebody you work with and at the time, there's nothing wrong with that. it was a political choice. it was somebody who -- >> bill: but it changed the dynamic from the economy to medicare. and paul ryan then mitt romney got on there. we love this debate on medicare. we'll win this debate on medicare. guess what. >> that's why i think what you have -- this is an importa
is in la joya at costco. >> we reported rob nabors, the chief's white house lobbyist on capitol hill in a private meeting with leadership staff said we are not moving on the debt seal, not moving on tax rates and entitlement savings. you have to do something. the "new york times" reported this morning that boehner and obama -- boehner has requested private negotiations with obama. i don't know what -- i am not sure why that's important at the that you can on the phone privately. they are looking for a way out they have signaled some private openness if they could kick it up to 37% instead of 39% if they get some entitlement savings they could sell. >> the president would get 39-6 for the upper income folks with doing nothing and no entitlement cuts by doing nothing? >> right. >> it would be a deal. you would guess the president would want some sort of package and wouldn't want to go over the cliff. it would be politically and substantively. this is what republican aids say. he has the chance to do something big. if he come our way i am not negotiating th
. it means literally robbing peter to pay paul. shifting the money around. so that you can actually keep paying the bills before you hit the ceiling. all in all, i can't remember an end of a year, suzanne, when we've had two so serious issues affecting the u.s. economy all at the same time. >> it is worrisome. i wonder, richard, do we have any sense of how the markets, the global markets, are even reacting to the potential, the possibility that we'd go over the cliff? >> reporter: yes. at the moment, it is quite clear they are holding their nose from the stench of politics, and they are believing that politicians will do the right thing. i was talking to one u.s. congressman today. in fact, you must have talked to senators and congressmen, and everybody says the same thing. in the final analysis, the right thing will be done. both on the cliff and the ceiling. the problem is, a lot of damage can and will be done before it takes place. and there's always the very real risk, as we saw last year, in the ceiling crisis, as we saw with t.a.r.p. three or four years ago when the house didn't pa
this oregon inmate was a free man before be arrested again for robbing a bank. wonder if he took in an episode of homed, 55 minutes. >> dave: what did he do in the hour. >> clayton:ing. >> dave: and fighting for equal rights on the battlefield and four female filed a lawsuit, the pentagon says it cannot comment on the current case and while they say they're working on a solution, they claim it's a clear case of discrimination and is it? and a veteran of the marine corps, gunnery sergeant jessie james and since the ban was lifted on women in 1991, retired air force colonel, good to see you both. >> good morning. >> thanks for having me on. >> dave: this is a very interesting debate and why should women be excluded from combat. >> well, if women are already participating on the front line, that isn't the issue here and what i'm seeing in this lsuit is that women are insisting upon being in combat, infantry position and that's where i feel it's inappropriate because the requirements for them to get into the infantry are very, very extreme and men that do not pick that field to go into and are put
have been robbing our people spending so much on defense you are scaring everybody else. that has given them an excuse for an arms race and i will tell you comrades, if we let them get by with forcing us into an arms race we are going to lose it. exactly what president reagan was trying to do tactically. i would say that people at the time -- i know some of marvin's colleagues would say reagan really didn't pay that much attention to details, his eyes would glaze over if you got in numbers of missiles and warheads and stuff. and, true, he didn't look at those things. he concentrated on the basic things. how do i understand this other fellow and convince him to do something that is actually in his own interests because his current pil policies are not. we spent much more time, and i think effective time, talking to reagan about where gorbachev was coming from and what his pressures were and one fof the things that we needed to do was to convince them we were not out to do them in. among other things, reagan said in that same memo that human rights was too important to carry it out entire
should be banned. it was coined to make the wealthy sound like economic saviors. rob writes it really means i'm about to disrespect you. and armando writes i'm moderately optimistic because that is the epitome of getting nothing done. get rid of them all, that's my attitude. start some new ones. you have a busy night tonight. >> as you heard john harwood just saying, it might be hours until we actually get something done so we'll be on fiscal cliff watch on fast money. hopefully we'll have a deal to talk about. it's also about 2013 trades. predictions on the commodity front. top trade in the internet space. all of our traders will be prepared to give their top trades, as well. and of course we have broadcasting tonight in times square, heart of the biggest party in the universe. >> good luck getting home. >> really. >> have a great new year. >> thank you. you, too. >> we'll see you in 2013. here's what you missed if you're just tuning in. >>> welcome to hour three of "squawk on the street." here's what's happening so far. >> the real question is whether or not the president will weigh
are standing there with no gun in the house, but you're-- >> you know who to rob. >> dave: you know who is a non-gun owner, right, i guess that's scary again. >> juliet: and the argument from both sides. >> dave: and no one has done anything bordering on illegal by owning a gun. we clearly have the right to do so. let us know what you think of this ridiculous tit for tat. and coming up on the show the crazyiest video you'll see all day. what do you think? top that, would you? the exact moment a huge jet came crashing on to a busy highway. >> juliet: very sad, too. people died. >> clayton: and the fiscal cliff countdown is on with less than 48 hours to get a deal done. what will it take to reach a compromise? we're going to ask the anchor of fox news sunday, chris wallace, next. ♪ i take back all the words that have hurt you ♪ ♪ you'd stay ♪ ♪ i need you. i feel so alone. but you're not alone. i knew you'd come. like i could stay away. you know i can't do this without you. you'll never have to. you're always there for me. shh! i'll get you a rental car. i could also use an umbr
, emanuel cleaver, also of missouri, rob bishop of utah, raul grijalva of arizona for working with me to preserve the district of columbia world war i memorial. earlier this year in search for a suitable memorial for world war i, representative ted poe introduced h.r. 938, which would have nationalized the d.c. memorial by redesignating it as the district of columbia and national world war i memorial. . he made clear, however, that he wasn't focused on the d.c. memorial but his goal was a world war i memorial here. while i very much believe in commemorating all world war i veterans, i had to oppose altering the integrity of the d.c. memorial. the d.c. memorial was built with the blood and treasure of d.c. residents only, including funds from schoolchildren. more than 26,000 d.c. residents who served in world war i, the 491 who died, more than the number from three states, have their names enfwraved on the memorial. our memorial is deeply symbolic of historic and continuing concerns of this -- of district veterans, particularly our veterans who continue to serve without equal congressi
in spending reduction. if you carry that out -- rob portman did a study for all of us -- if you carry that out over a 10-year period, you have a balanced budget at the end of 10 years. the changes that lamar and i propose are changes that add up to trillions and trillions of dollars over time, because when you do something like this, you understand, compounding the fact that occurs here, 20 million more americans coming on medicare over the next decade. even the first year is only a trillion, the reforms over time, you really are making these programs solvent which is what most of us want to do. we do not want to kick the can up the road. what you are doing if we can move to this -- if we are in a situation where we are not jeopardize in the credit of our country, but we are solving this -- the issue that the market is talking about, which is the -- which lamar is talking about, which is the medicare fiscal cliff, which is not being dealt with. entitlement reforms are more -- by far than discretionary cuts, because discretionary cuts, we have to defend against those every month, whereas entitl
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